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Queer and The City is an online column written by Jordan Wake. Exploring the experiences of a gay man in his twenties navigating through day-to-day life whilst living in the metropolitan city of London and working in the fashion industry. Openly and honestly discussing topics around fashion, f*ckboys, friendships, and everything else in-between, all from a queer individuals perspective. Throughout the podcast series Jordan interviews some of the key figures within the fashion industry, influential members of the LGBTQ+ community, and other innovators from around the world.

Queer and The City Jordan Wake

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Queer and The City is an online column written by Jordan Wake. Exploring the experiences of a gay man in his twenties navigating through day-to-day life whilst living in the metropolitan city of London and working in the fashion industry. Openly and honestly discussing topics around fashion, f*ckboys, friendships, and everything else in-between, all from a queer individuals perspective. Throughout the podcast series Jordan interviews some of the key figures within the fashion industry, influential members of the LGBTQ+ community, and other innovators from around the world.

    “A NIGHT WITH NICOLE SCHERZINGER” with Max Hoffman

    “A NIGHT WITH NICOLE SCHERZINGER” with Max Hoffman

    In this months episode, New York-based Actor Max Hoffman shares how his industry has been hit by COVID-19, experiences with dating apps, watching the TV series ‘It’s A Sin’ for the first time, the importance of education around the AIDS pandemic, and the night he danced with Nicole Scherzinger. 

    • 1 hr 9 min
    “THE B******T FILTER” with Dayna Tohidi

    “THE B******T FILTER” with Dayna Tohidi

    Central Saint Martins student and freelance Fashion Journalist Dayna Tohidi discusses a personal disconnect from the fashion world, the prospect of a social life in a post-pandemic world, being a generalist rather than a specialist in 2021, and why everyone needs a b******t filter. 

    • 38 min
    "THE SHOW MUST GO ON" with Hilary Alexander OBE

    "THE SHOW MUST GO ON" with Hilary Alexander OBE

    Hilary Alexander OBE sits down with Jordan Wake to share some of her iconic moments in fashion through the decades, an insight into her role as President of Graduate Fashion Foundation, and plans for an upcoming book. 

    • 59 min
    "CREATIVITY IN CONFINEMENT" with Kerry Curl

    "CREATIVITY IN CONFINEMENT" with Kerry Curl

    Photographic Artist Kerry Curl discusses what her work means in today's world, going to university later in life, the individuals she's drawn to work with, and why she would invite Dolly Parton to a dinner party. 

    You can also read the Queer and the City column here - www.queerandthecity.com

    • 46 min
    "PHOTOBOMBING JANET JACKSON" with Patrick McDowell

    "PHOTOBOMBING JANET JACKSON" with Patrick McDowell

    In the first interview of the series, Jordan speaks with Liverpool born fashion designer Patrick McDowell. Discussing the designer's views on sustainability within the fashion industry, his award nomination from Anna Wintour, and the London Fashion Week after-party that ended with a Denise Welch cardboard cutout.

    You can also read the Queer and the City column here - www.queerandthecity.com

    • 44 min
    Introductions

    Introductions

    Hello and welcome to the first episode of Queer and The City! 

    Queer and The City is an online column written by Jordan Wake. Exploring the experiences of a gay man in his twenties navigating through day-to-day life whilst living in the metropolitan city of London and working in the fashion industry. Openly and honestly discussing topics around fashion, f*ckboys, friendships, and everything else in-between. Throughout this series Jordan will be interviewing some of the key figures within the fashion industry, influential members of the LGBTQ+ community, and other innovators from around the world.

    You can also read the Queer and the City column here - www.queerandthecity.com

    • 4 min

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